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World War II. Liberation of Paris. Victory celebration on the Champs-Elysées. Parade of members from the French Forces of the Interior. Paris (VIIIth arrondissement), on August 26, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).
World War II. Liberation of Paris. Victory celebration on the Champs-Elysées. Parade of members from the French Forces of the Interior. Paris (VIIIth arrondissement), on August 26, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).

Fonds Jean Roubier

World War II. Liberation of Paris. Victory parade. French General Charles de Gaulle, Georges Bidault and Alexandre Parodi, French politicians, going down the Champs-Elysées. Paris (VIIIth arrondissement), on August 26, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).
World War II. Liberation of Paris. Victory parade. French General Charles de Gaulle, Georges Bidault and Alexandre Parodi, French politicians, going down the Champs-Elysées. Paris (VIIIth arrondissement), on August 26, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).

Fonds Jean Roubier

World War II. Liberation of Paris. Victory celebration. Paul Valéry (1871-1945) and Georges Duhamel (1884-1966), French writers, attending the General de Gaulle's parade on the Champs-Elysées from the building of  Le Figaro  newspaper. Paris (VIIIth arrondissement), on August 26, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).
World War II. Liberation of Paris. Victory celebration. Paul Valéry (1871-1945) and Georges Duhamel (1884-1966), French writers, attending the General de Gaulle's parade on the Champs-Elysées from the building of "Le Figaro" newspaper. Paris (VIIIth arrondissement), on August 26, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).

Fonds Jean Roubier

World War II. Liberation of Paris. Parade of tanks from the 2nd Armored Division commanded by General Leclerc. The Langlade Tactical Group on the Champs-Elysées. Paris (VIIIth arrondissement), on August 26, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).
World War II. Liberation of Paris. Parade of tanks from the 2nd Armored Division commanded by General Leclerc. The Langlade Tactical Group on the Champs-Elysées. Paris (VIIIth arrondissement), on August 26, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).

Fonds Jean Roubier

World War II. Liberation of Paris. Damaged facade of the Hôtel de la Marine. Paris (VIIIth arrondissement), place de la Concorde, on August 26, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).
World War II. Liberation of Paris. Damaged facade of the Hôtel de la Marine. Paris (VIIIth arrondissement), place de la Concorde, on August 26, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).

Fonds Jean Roubier

World War II. Liberation of Paris. Parade of tanks from the 2nd Armored Division commanded by General Leclerc. The Langlade Tactical Group on the Champs-Elysées. Paris (VIIIth arrondissement), on August 26, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).
World War II. Liberation of Paris. Parade of tanks from the 2nd Armored Division commanded by General Leclerc. The Langlade Tactical Group on the Champs-Elysées. Paris (VIIIth arrondissement), on August 26, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).

Fonds Jean Roubier

World War II. Liberation of Paris. Parade of tanks from the 2nd Armored Division commanded by General Leclerc. The Langlade Tactical Group on the Champs-Elysées. Paris (VIIIth arrondissement), on August 26, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).
World War II. Liberation of Paris. Parade of tanks from the 2nd Armored Division commanded by General Leclerc. The Langlade Tactical Group on the Champs-Elysées. Paris (VIIIth arrondissement), on August 26, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).

Fonds Jean Roubier

World War II. Liberation of Paris. Victory celebration. Paul Valéry (1871-1945) and Georges Duhamel (1884-1966), French writers attending the General de Gaulle's parade on the Champs-Elysées from the building of  Le Figaro  newspaper. Paris (VIIIth arrondissement), on August 26, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).
World War II. Liberation of Paris. Victory celebration. Paul Valéry (1871-1945) and Georges Duhamel (1884-1966), French writers attending the General de Gaulle's parade on the Champs-Elysées from the building of "Le Figaro" newspaper. Paris (VIIIth arrondissement), on August 26, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).

Fonds Jean Roubier

World War II. Liberation of Paris. Crowd at the building of  Le Figaro  newspaper, at the roundabout of the Champs-Elysées, attending the parade for the victory celebration. Paris (VIIIth arrondissement), on August 26, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).
World War II. Liberation of Paris. Crowd at the building of "Le Figaro" newspaper, at the roundabout of the Champs-Elysées, attending the parade for the victory celebration. Paris (VIIIth arrondissement), on August 26, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).

Fonds Jean Roubier

World War II. Liberation of Paris. Damaged facade of the Hôtel de la Marine with one of its columns mistakenly demolished by the 2nd Armored Division commanded by General Leclerc. Paris (VIIIth arrondissement), place de la Concorde, on August 26, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).
World War II. Liberation of Paris. Damaged facade of the Hôtel de la Marine with one of its columns mistakenly demolished by the 2nd Armored Division commanded by General Leclerc. Paris (VIIIth arrondissement), place de la Concorde, on August 26, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).

Fonds Jean Roubier

World War II. Liberation of Paris. Victory parade. French General Charles de Gaulle, Georges Bidault and Alexandre Parodi, French politicians, going down the Champs-Elysées. Paris (VIIIth arrondissement), on August 26, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).
World War II. Liberation of Paris. Victory parade. French General Charles de Gaulle, Georges Bidault and Alexandre Parodi, French politicians, going down the Champs-Elysées. Paris (VIIIth arrondissement), on August 26, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).

Fonds Jean Roubier

World War II. Liberation of Paris. Parade of tanks from the 2nd Armored Division commanded by General Leclerc. The Langlade Tactical Group on the Champs-Elysées. Paris (VIIIth arrondissement), on August 26, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).
World War II. Liberation of Paris. Parade of tanks from the 2nd Armored Division commanded by General Leclerc. The Langlade Tactical Group on the Champs-Elysées. Paris (VIIIth arrondissement), on August 26, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).

Fonds Jean Roubier

World War II. Liberation of Paris. Parade of tanks from the 2nd Armored Division commanded by General Leclerc. The Langlade Tactical Group on the Champs-Elysées. Paris (VIIIth arrondissement), on August 26, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).
World War II. Liberation of Paris. Parade of tanks from the 2nd Armored Division commanded by General Leclerc. The Langlade Tactical Group on the Champs-Elysées. Paris (VIIIth arrondissement), on August 26, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).

Fonds Jean Roubier

World War II. Liberation of Paris. Parade of tanks from the 2nd Armored Division commanded by General Leclerc. The Langlade Tactical Group on the Champs-Elysées. Paris (VIIIth arrondissement), on August 26, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).
World War II. Liberation of Paris. Parade of tanks from the 2nd Armored Division commanded by General Leclerc. The Langlade Tactical Group on the Champs-Elysées. Paris (VIIIth arrondissement), on August 26, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).

Fonds Jean Roubier

World War II. Liberation of Paris. Victory celebration. Paul Valéry (1871-1945) and Georges Duhamel (1884-1966), French writers, and André Siegfried (1875-1959), French sociologist, geographer and historian, attending the General de Gaulle's parade on the Champs-Elysées from the building of  Le Figaro  newspaper. Paris (VIIIth arrondissement), on August 26, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).
World War II. Liberation of Paris. Victory celebration. Paul Valéry (1871-1945) and Georges Duhamel (1884-1966), French writers, and André Siegfried (1875-1959), French sociologist, geographer and historian, attending the General de Gaulle's parade on the Champs-Elysées from the building of "Le Figaro" newspaper. Paris (VIIIth arrondissement), on August 26, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).

Fonds Jean Roubier

World War II. Liberation of Paris. Victory parade on the Champs-Elysées. Paris (VIIIth arrondissement), on August 26, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).
World War II. Liberation of Paris. Victory parade on the Champs-Elysées. Paris (VIIIth arrondissement), on August 26, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).

Fonds Jean Roubier

World War II. Liberation of Paris. Victory parade on the Champs-Elysées. Car of the Red Cross. Paris (VIIIth arrondissement), on August 26, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).
World War II. Liberation of Paris. Victory parade on the Champs-Elysées. Car of the Red Cross. Paris (VIIIth arrondissement), on August 26, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).

Fonds Jean Roubier

World War II. Liberation of Paris. Victory celebration on the Champs-Elysées. Paris (VIIIth arrondissement), on August 26, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).
World War II. Liberation of Paris. Victory celebration on the Champs-Elysées. Paris (VIIIth arrondissement), on August 26, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).

Fonds Jean Roubier

World War II. Liberation of Paris. The Hôtel de la Marine. Paris (VIIIth arrondissement), place de la Concorde, on August 26, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).
World War II. Liberation of Paris. The Hôtel de la Marine. Paris (VIIIth arrondissement), place de la Concorde, on August 26, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).

Fonds Jean Roubier

World War II. Liberation of Paris. Damaged facade of the Hôtel de la Marine with one of its columns mistakenly demolished by the 2nd Armored Division commanded by General Leclerc. Paris (VIIIth arrondissement), place de la Concorde, on August 26, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).
World War II. Liberation of Paris. Damaged facade of the Hôtel de la Marine with one of its columns mistakenly demolished by the 2nd Armored Division commanded by General Leclerc. Paris (VIIIth arrondissement), place de la Concorde, on August 26, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).

Fonds Jean Roubier

World War II. Liberation of Paris. Parade of tanks from the 2nd Armored Division commanded by General Leclerc. The Langlade Tactical Group on the Champs-Elysées. Paris (VIIIth arrondissement), on August 26, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).
World War II. Liberation of Paris. Parade of tanks from the 2nd Armored Division commanded by General Leclerc. The Langlade Tactical Group on the Champs-Elysées. Paris (VIIIth arrondissement), on August 26, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).

Fonds Jean Roubier

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